drug withdrawal


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  • noun

Synonyms for drug withdrawal

the termination of drug taking

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The clinical manifestations of an incomplete connection of an SC catheter to an IsoMed pump may include, but are not limited to, drug or cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) leakage into surrounding tissue, resulting in tissue damage, loss of or change in therapy, a return of underlying symptoms, drug withdrawal symptoms, a severe ("spinal") headache, and/or a clinically significant or fatal drug underdose.
He said Mr Allen was hopeful of his burglary charge being reduced within a week and thought there was a low risk of drug withdrawal or self-harm overnight.
Prison doctor John Rankine admitted the early symptoms of Huntington's Chorea - involuntary movements and slurred speech - would be difficult to differentiate from drug withdrawal.
Pilatus had been in Germany since undergoing a drug withdrawal program last autumn, Farian said.
Magistrate Judge Joseph Reichmann ordered the two men detained during a hearing Thursday and agreed to their request to order medical treatment for drug withdrawal.
The diagnosis was made only if abnormal movements persisted for at least four months after drug withdrawal.
Common side effects of BUNAVAIL include headache, drug withdrawal syndrome, lethargy (lack of energy), sweating, constipation, decrease in sleep (insomnia), fatigue and sleepiness.
Four of them had such high methamphetamine levels in their blood at birth that they suffered severe drug withdrawal, the DHS report says.
600,000 to UnitingCare ReGen to modify treatment approaches in drug withdrawal services to enhance the recovery prospects of ice users.
While in custody, Cooper began to experience nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and other symptoms of drug withdrawal.
Washington, December 13 ( ANI ): A new study has found that eating fatty and sugary foods causes chemical changes in the brain even before obesity occurs, suggesting that going on a diet might be similar to going through drug withdrawal.
They provide procedure guidelines and descriptions of assessment, allergy and anaphylaxis, biopsies, administration of blood and medication, burns and scalds, child protection, cytotoxic drugs, fluid balance, personal hygiene and pressure ulcer prevention, immunizations, infection prevention and control, moving and handling, nutrition and feeding, pain management, play therapy, poisoning and overdose, resuscitation, tracheostomy care and management, bowel and urinary catheter care, drug withdrawal prevention and management, and neonatal, orthopedic, neurological, palliative, peri-operative, and respiratory care.
In the research published April 30 in the Journal of the American Medical Association, U-M physicians found that diagnosis of neonatal abstinence syndrome, a drug withdrawal syndrome among newborns, almost tripled between 2000 and 2009.
The most well-known recent example of drug withdrawal due to toxicity is the selective COX-2 inhibitor, rofecoxib (Vioxx), which increased the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Two hundred prisoners will get pounds 4,000 each for being forced to endure 'cold turkey' drug withdrawal.